Klein Tools A216-6 Screwdriver, 1/8-Inch Cabinet Tip, 6-Inch
Klein Tools A216-6 Screwdriver, 1/8-Inch Cabinet Tip, 6-Inch
Klein Tools A216-6 Screwdriver, 1/8-Inch Cabinet Tip, 6-Inch
Klein Tools A216-6 Screwdriver, 1/8-Inch Cabinet Tip, 6-Inch

Klein Tools A216-6 Screwdriver, 1/8-Inch Cabinet Tip, 6-Inch

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  • Small-diameter shank for use in recessed holes or tight places
  • Well-suited for electrical and telecommunications work
  • Tough amber, smooth Comfordome handle fits in the palm of the hand comfortably
  • Chrome-plated shaft helps prevent corrosion
  • Internal flanges provide solid, twist-resistant shaft anchor
Overview

Klein Tools' tough amber screwdrivers stand up to harsh jobsite conditions, day-in and day-out. Its small-diameter, round shank is perfect for use in tight spaces with a comfortable handle for all-day use. This flat head screwdriver is well-suited for electrical and telecommunications work.

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Klein Tools A216-6 Screwdriver, 1/8-Inch Cabinet Tip, 6-Inch

Specifications
General Information
Brand
Klein Tools
Part Number
A216-6
Product Type
Screwdriver
Application
Electrical and Telecommunications Work
Packaging
Retail
Country of Origin
United States
UPC
092644320170
California Residents
Proposition 65 Warning
Physical Characteristics
Length
9'' (228.6 mm)
Weight
0.02 kg
0.05 lb
Color
Yellow
Material
Steel
Plastic
Details
Tip Type
Cabinet
Size
1/8'' (3.2 mm)
Features
Small-diameter shank for use in recessed holes or tight places
Well-suited for electrical and telecommunications work
Tough amber, smooth Comfordome handle fits in the palm of the hand comfortably
Chrome-plated shaft helps prevent corrosion
Internal flanges provide solid, twist-resistant shaft anchor
Nickel-chrome, precision-forged and polished blades with black tips
Meets or exceeds applicable ASME / ANSI specifications
Why would you use this tool for ?
About manufacturer
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Klein Tools is the result of one of those “happy accidents” that turn out to be revolutionary. Klein Tools famously got their start in 1857 when a linesman came to founder Matthias Klein to repair his broken pliers. Klein replaced the broken half and when the old half of the tool broke too, Klein forged a replacement for that, thus making the first Klein Linesman pliers. Since these humble beginnings, Klein Tools has grown and become one of the largest American made toolmakers and they’re a brand used by tradesmen, linesman and electricians all across America.

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